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A busines of appeale promoted by George Short}
against John hobbs and Peter Lambert}
The like hobbs and Lambert./.
Robert Taylor against the shipp the ffrancis}
ffrancis Sorly master and against John higham}
The like higham./.
Benjamin Crandly Arthur Bayly and}
company owners of the Margaret Robert}
ffox master against the Mayflower and against}
William White the master Suckley}
The like White./.
George Margets against 11 16 parts of the}
shipp formerly called the Loyalty but now}
the Reformation Anthony [?Earning] master}
belonging to Nicholas Terricke and company}
The like Terricke and Company
John hodgshon and John Easton against the}
shipp the Comfort of Chichester and against}
John Palmer ffrancis hobson Richard}
Maning and others Baker Ireland}
The like Palmer hobson and Manninge
ffrancis Cole and Company master and owners}
of the Mary Rose against the happy}
Entrance and against Thomas Breedam}
and Abraham yeo Suckley}
The like Breedam and yeo./.
ffrancis Beckett and company against the}
shipp the happy ffortune whereof}
the said Beckett is master and against John}
Owen and company Suckley ffrancklin}
The like Owen and company
Richard Jinge against John [?Warren]}
The like [?Warren]./.
The Lord Oxjusterne Gustavus}
horne and others against Thomas}
Cheston Suckley Smith}
The like Cheston./.
ffrancis Lenthall against George Griggs}
The like Griggs./.
The executors and administrators with the}
will annexed of Richard Warner deceased}
against the shipp called the hunter belonging}
unto themselves and against all et cetera Suckley}
Which day the said Smith appeared for
Thomas Burton and made himselfe party
for him and alleadged that the said shippe
was formerly called by the name of the Peter
and was taken by a private man of warre sett
out by some of the subjects of this Comonwealth
and adjudged by this Court for lawfull prize and after
Judgement sould unto the said Turnor and that he is in
the possession thereof and doth belong unto him and offered
to give security to answeare any action that the said Suckleys
Clyents have against the said shippe in the presence of the said
Suckley dissentinge and desiring time to acquaint his Clyents with the
security tendred by the said Smith Whereupon the Judges did decree
the said shippe to be released from the said arrest the said Burton first
giving security in this Court to the effect thereafter expressed. Then the said
Smith produced for sureties Richard Netwmaker of Bennet Gracechurch
London Cordwainer and Robert Louet of Saint Saviours in Southwarke haberdasher